Arts & Culture
The holidays are upon us. Whether you are looking for something to light up your holiday spirit or just want to have fun, this list will help you enjoy the most of what DFW has to offer.
With the holidays rapidly approaching, the search for unique, personal gifts is ever present. Here are a few places you might want to look to when finding that special gift for the holiday.
Concerned about holiday overload? Looking for something to do other than look at holiday decorations? Here are some of DFW’s best winter art events.
The love of classical music is something to be savored. This upcoming season promises the best of passionate performances by the best musicians in the country.
Pay tribute to those who have served the US with these Veterans Day events in DFW.
If you want to see original or newly adapted plays, uniquely choreographed dance performances or great music, you only need to look at the local colleges and universities.
One of the best things about dinner theater is that you are part of the action. Here are a few places around town where you can dine and play under one roof.
Hispanic Heritage Month is from September 15 to October 15. If you want to learn more about the culture that helped make North Texas vibrant, attend the events listed here.
Whether you are a native of North Texas or a new transplant, turn to the experts to get to know the best of DFW. Here is a list of the best local bloggers in the DFW area.
Exploring the city with a child can be an enlightening experience. Here are a few interesting places that feature exhibits and events that can be fun for children and adults.
The DFW theatre scene heats up with new musicals and theatrical performances that’ll make you laugh, cry, sing and cheer as they explore the human condition.
North Texas is a premier destination for large-scale art exhibitions. Here is an update on some of the newest exhibitions at DFW area museums, and ones that are coming soon.